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    Does my Ram-Settings harm my DDR-Ram or Mainboard/CPU?


    i managed to get my RAM stable at the following settings:

    1.28 Volt
    CPU VCCIO Voltage: 1.10V (Aida64 say 1.112V)
    CPU System Agent Voltage: 1.10v (Aida64 say 1.112V)

    I have a Asus Maximus IX Hero Board (CPU: i7-7700k non-OC) with 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) G.Skill F4-3200C14D-32GTZKO Ram (

    My question is: Does these Settings harm my RAM, Mainboard or CPU or is it okay for 24/7?

    I know that my Ram is able to go up to 3200 with XMP, but my question is about the settings above!
    I only want to know if my settings are okay for 24/7 without harming my hardware...

    Anybody with experience can help me?


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    Hello JoergH

    Those settings are fine for 24/7.

    You can run your ram at its rated specs with no harm to your computer, for 32GB 3200MHz set Dram voltage to 1.35v, you may need to bump up the vccio voltage and system agent voltage a little.

    Max cpu vccio voltage - 1.30v
    Max cpu system agent voltage - 1.35v
    Max Dram voltage - 1.50v

    You're well within the limits.

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